Numbers in Maltese (numri)

How to count in Maltese (Malti), a Central Semitic language spoken in Malta and Gozo.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
0 xejn; żero
1 wieħed (m) waħda (f) l-ewwel
2 tnejn it-tieni
3 tlieta it-tielet
4 erbgħa ir-raba'
5 ħamsa il-ħames
6 sitta is-sitt
7 sebgħa is-seba'
8 tmienja it-tmien
9 disgħa id-disa'
10 għaxra l-għaxar
11 ħdax il-ħdax
12 tnax it-tnax
13 tlettax it-tlettax
14 erbatax l-erbatax
15 ħmistax il-ħmistax
16 sittax is-sittax
17 sbatax is-sbatax
18 tmintax it-tmintax
19 dsatax id-dsatax
20 għoxrin l-għoxrin
21 wieħed u għoxrin  
22 tnejn u għoxrin  
23 tlieta u għoxrin  
24 erbgħa u għoxrin  
25 ħamsa u għoxrin  
26 sitta u għoxrin  
27 sebgħa u għoxrin  
28 tmienja u għoxrin  
29 disgħa u għoxrin  
30 tletin  
40 erbgħin  
50 ħamsin  
60 sittin  
70 sebgħin  
80 tmenin  
90 disgħin  
100 mija  
200 mitejn  
300 tliet mija  
400 erba’ mija  
500 hames mija  
600 sitt mija  
700 seba’ mija  
800 tminn mija  
900 disa’ mija  
1,000 elf  
2,000 elfejn  
3,000 tlitt elef  
4,000 erbat elef  
5,000 ħamest elef  
6,000 sitt elef  
7,000 sebat elef  
8,000 tmint elef  
9,000 disat elef  
10,000 għaxra elf  
100,000 mija elf  
1,000,000 miljun  
once darba  
twice darbtejn  

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Numbers in Semitic languages

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